Last week Cuisine de France opened their first ever stand alone cafe, ‘La Petite Boulangerie’, and ever since the diners of Dublin have been lured to No. 9 Camden Street with the prospect of sampling the latest food trend to storm Dublin: the Croffle, a perfect marriage of a butter laden, rich croissant and a waffle iron, elevating the classic French staple to delicious new heights.
If you haven’t got a chance to taste one of these layered luxuries just yet, or simply can’t get enough of them, we’ve good news, this unique twist on a typical ‘café Francais’ is open until this Saturday 22nd July.
Not alone offering a selection of Croffle options, there’s an entire menu of delicious morning and afternoon treats daily from 8am – 3pm. Pop in for breakfast served 8am – 12pm, or a pick up lunch from the afternoon menu, served 12pm – 3pm.
The Croffle has been created in collaboration with renowned pastry chef, Louise Lennox, who you’ll recognise from TV3’s The Restaurant.
Louise’s signature Avocado and sun blushed tomato Croffle, with a feta drizzle, gremolata crumb and chopped toasted hazelnuts has proven to be a huge hit so far, competing with the Nutella and Banana Croffle for the top customer choice – who have included the likes the Ambassador for France to Ireland.
Other Croffle options include Chicken and Gravy, Lemon Cheesecake and a Smores flavour.Commenting on the announcement of the pop-up, Louise Lennox said, “As a household name and firm favourite amongst Irish people, it’s exciting to see Cuisine de France bringing a new twist to their much-loved classics. I’m delighted to be involved in La Petite Boulangerie, it’s wonderful to see a café coming to Dublin that is dedicated to my two passions, French pastry and culinary innovation.”
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